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underfur
/un"deuhr ferr'/, n. the fine, soft, thick, hairy coat under the longer and coarser outer hair in certain animals, as seals, otters, and beavers. Also called underwool. [1875-80; ...
underfurnish
v.t. * * *
undergaoler
n. * * *
undergarb
n. * * *
undergarment
/un"deuhr gahr'meuhnt/, n. an article of underwear. [1520-30; UNDER- + GARMENT] * * *
undergarnish
v.t. * * *
undergeneral
n. * * *
undergentleman
n., pl. undergentlemen. * * *
undergird
/un'deuhr gerrd"/, v.t., undergirded or undergirt, undergirding. 1. to strengthen; secure, as by passing a rope or chain under and around: to undergird a top-heavy load. 2. to ...
undergirth
n. * * *
underglaze
/un"deuhr glayz'/, Ceram. adj. 1. (of a color or decoration) applied to a piece before the piece is glazed. n. 2. color or decoration applied to a piece before it is ...
undergloom
n. * * *
underglow
n. * * *
undergnaw
v.t. * * *
undergo
—undergoer, n. /un'deuhr goh"/, v.t., underwent, undergone, undergoing. 1. to be subjected to; experience; pass through: to undergo surgery. 2. to endure; sustain; suffer: to ...
undergod
n. * * *
undergrad
/un"deuhr grad'/, n. Informal. an undergraduate. [by shortening] * * *
undergraduate
—undergraduateship, n. /un'deuhr graj"ooh it, -ayt'/, n. 1. a student in a university or college who has not received a first, esp. a bachelor's, degree. adj. 2. having the ...
undergraduates
➡ Oxbridge * * *
undergrass
n. * * *
undergroan
n. * * *
underground
adv., /un"deuhr grownd"/; adj., n., v. /un"deuhr grownd'/, adv. 1. beneath the surface of the ground: traveling underground by subway. 2. in concealment or secrecy; not openly: ...
underground film
      motion picture made and distributed outside the commercial film industry, usually as an artistic expression of its maker, who often acts as its producer, director, ...
underground movie
a movie produced independently on a low budget and often using experimental techniques and avant-garde themes. [1965-70] * * *
underground railroad
1. Also called underground railway. a railroad running through a continuous tunnel, as under city streets; subway. 2. (often caps.) U.S. Hist. (before the abolition of slavery) a ...
underground trolley.
See under trolley (def. 4). * * *
UndergroundRailroad
Un·der·ground Railroad (ŭnʹdər-ground') n. 1. A secret cooperative network that aided fugitive slaves in reaching sanctuary in the free states or in Canada in the years ...
undergrowl
n. * * *
undergrown
/un"deuhr grohn', un'deuhr grohn"/, adj. 1. not grown to normal size or height: sickly and undergrown cattle. 2. having an undergrowth: an undergrown thicket tangled with ...
undergrowth
/un"deuhr grohth'/, n. 1. low-lying vegetation or small trees growing beneath larger trees; underbrush. 2. the condition of being undergrown or undersized. 3. short, fine hair ...
underguard
n. * * *
undergunner
n. * * *
underhabit
n. * * *
underhair
un·der·hair (ŭnʹdər-hâr') n. A covering of soft downy hairs lying underneath the outer hairs of an animal's coat; an undercoat. * * *
underhammer
n. * * *
underhand
/un"deuhr hand'/, adj. 1. not open and aboveboard; secret and crafty or dishonorable: an underhand deal with the chief of police. 2. executed with the hand below the level of the ...
underhanded
—underhandedly, adv. —underhandedness, n. /un"deuhr han"did/, adj. 1. underhand. 2. short-handed: By the time of the Navy game, Army usually finds itself ...
underhandedly
See underhand. * * *
underhandedness
See underhandedly. * * *
underhang
v., underhung, underhanging. * * *
underhangman
n., pl. underhangmen. * * *
underhatch
v.t. * * *
underheat
v.t. * * *
underheaven
n. * * *
underhelp
n. * * *
underhill
n. * * *
Underhill, Evelyn
▪ British writer born Dec. 6, 1875, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, Eng. died June 15, 1941, London       English mystical poet and author of such works as Mysticism ...
underhistory
n., pl. underhistories. * * *
underhorse
v.t., underhorsed, underhorsing. * * *
underhorseman
n., pl. underhorsemen. * * *
underhoused
/un'deuhr howzd"/, adj. 1. (of persons) having inadequate or poor housing. 2. (of a community or area) not having enough dwellings. [UNDER- + HOUSE + -ED2] * * *
underhum
n. * * *
underhung
/un'deuhr hung"/, adj. 1. Anat. a. (of the lower jaw) projecting beyond the upper jaw. b. having the lower jaw so projecting. 2. resting on a track beneath instead of being ...
underided
adj. * * *
underinflated
adj. * * *
underinsurance
/un"deuhr in shoor'euhns, -sherr'-/, n. insurance purchased against damage or loss of property in an amount less than its true value, sometimes bought intentionally by the ...
underinsure
—underinsured, adj. /un'deuhr in shoor", -sherr"/, v.t., underinsured, underinsuring. to insure for an amount less than the true or replacement value: It's risky to underinsure ...
underinvest
v.i. * * *
underinvested
adj. * * *
underisible
adj. * * *
underisive
adj.; underisively, adv.; underisiveness, n. * * *
underisory
adj. * * *
underissue
n. * * *
underivable
adj. * * *
underivative
adj.; underivatively, adv. * * *
underived
/un'di ruyvd"/, adj. not derived; fundamental, as an axiom or postulate; immediate. [1620-30; UN-1 + DERIVED] * * *
underjacket
n. * * *
underjailer
n. * * *
underjanitor
n. * * *
underjaw
n. * * *
underjobbing
n. * * *
underjoin
v.t. * * *
underjoint
n. * * *
underjudge
v.t., underjudged, underjudging. n. * * *
underjungle
n. * * *
underkeeper
n. * * *
underkill
un·der·kill (ŭnʹdər-kĭl') n. Insufficient force to defeat an enemy. * * *
underking
n. * * *
underkingdom
n. * * *
underlaborer
n. * * *
underlaid
/un'deuhr layd"/, adj. 1. placed or laid underneath, as a foundation or substratum. 2. having an underneath layer (often fol. by with): a lace tablecloth underlaid with damask; ...
underlain
un·der·lain (ŭn'dər-lānʹ) v. Past participle of underlie. * * *
underland
n. * * *
underlap
/un'deuhr lap"/, v.t., underlapped, underlapping. to extend partly under. [1865-70; UNDER- + LAP2] * * *
underlash
n. * * *
underlawyer
n. * * *
underlay
v. /un'deuhr lay"/; n. /un"deuhr lay'/, v., underlaid, underlaying, n. v.t. 1. to lay under or beneath. 2. to provide with something laid underneath; raise or support with ...
underlayer
/un"deuhr lay'euhr/, n. a layer lying beneath another; substratum. [1895-1900; UNDER- + LAYER] * * *
underlayment
/un'deuhr lay"meuhnt/, n. material laid between a subfloor and a finish floor of linoleum, asphalt tile, etc. [1945-50; UNDERLAY + -MENT] * * *
underleather
n. * * *
underlegate
n. * * *
underlessee
n. * * *
underlet
/un'deuhr let"/, v.t., underlet, underletting. 1. to let below the true value. 2. to sublet. [1670-80; UNDER- + LET1] * * *
underlevel
adj. * * *
underlid
n. * * *
underlie
/un'deuhr luy"/, v.t. underlay, underlain, underlying. 1. to lie under or beneath; be situated under. 2. to be at the basis of; form the foundation of. 3. Gram. to function as ...
underlife
n. * * *
underlift
n. * * *
underlight
n. * * *
underliking
n. * * *
underlimbed
adj. * * *
underlimit
n. v.t. * * *
underline
—underlineation /un'deuhr lin'ee ay"sheuhn/, n. —underliner, n. v. /un"deuhr luyn', un'deuhr luyn"/; n. /un"deuhr luyn'/, v., underlined, underlining, n. v.t. 1. to mark with ...
underlineman
n., pl. underlinemen. * * *
underlinen
n. * * *
underling
/un"deuhr ling/, n. a subordinate, esp. one of slight importance. [1125-75; ME. See UNDER-, -LING1] Syn. menial, flunky, lackey, hireling. * * *
underlining
underlining [un′dərlīn΄iŋ] n. a garment lining formed of pieces cut to the shape of and attached to the separate sections of a garment, which are then sewed together * * ...
underlip
n. * * *
underlit
/un'deuhr lit"/, adj. lacking adequate light. [UNDER- + LIT1] * * *
underload
v.t. * * *
underlock
n. * * *
underlodging
n. * * *
underloft
n. * * *
underlying
/un"deuhr luy'ing/, adj. 1. lying or situated beneath, as a substratum. 2. fundamental; basic: the underlying cause of their discontent. 3. implicit; discoverable only by close ...
undermade
adj. * * *
undermaid
n. * * *
undermaintain
v.t. * * *
undermaintained
adj. * * *
undermaker
n. * * *
underman
v.t., undermanned, undermanning. * * *
undermanage
v.t., undermanaged, undermanaging. * * *
undermanaged
adj. * * *
undermanager
n. * * *
undermanned
/un'deuhr mand"/, adj. lacking a normal or sufficient work force, complement of troops, or the like; understaffed; short-handed. [1865-70; UNDER- + MANNED] * * *
undermark
n. v.t. * * *
undermarket
v.t. * * *
undermarshal
n. * * *
undermasted
adj. * * *
undermaster
n. * * *
undermate
n. * * *
undermeaning
n. * * *
undermeasure
v.t., undermeasured, undermeasuring, n. * * *
undermelody
n., pl. undermelodies. * * *
undermentioned
adj. * * *
undermiller
n. * * *
undermine
—underminer, n. —underminingly, adv. /un'deuhr muyn"/ or, esp. for 1, 2, 4, /un"deuhr muyn'/, v.t., undermined, undermining. 1. to injure or destroy by insidious activity or ...
underministry
n., pl. underministries. * * *
undermist
n. * * *
undermoated
adj. * * *
undermodulate
un·der·mod·u·late (ŭn'dər-mŏjʹə-lāt') tr.v. un·der·mod·u·lat·ed, un·der·mod·u·lat·ing, un·der·mod·u·lates To use a sound reproduction or transmission ...
undermodulation
See undermodulate. * * *
undermoral
adj. * * *
undermost
/un"deuhr mohst'/, adj., adv. lowest, as in position, status, or the like. [1545-55; UNDER- + -MOST] * * *
undermotion
n. * * *
undermount
n. * * *
undermusic
n. * * *
undermuslin
n. * * *
undername
n. * * *
undernamed
adj. * * *
underneath
/un'deuhr neeth", -needh"/, prep. 1. below the surface or level of; directly or vertically beneath; at or on the bottom of. 2. under the control of; in a lower position in a ...
undernote
n. * * *
undernoted
adj. * * *
undernourish
undernourish [un΄dər nʉr′ish] vt. to give insufficient nourishment to; provide with less food than is needed for health and growth undernourishment n. * * ...
undernourished
—undernourishment, n. /un'deuhr nerr"isht, -nur"-/, adj. 1. not nourished with sufficient or proper food to maintain or promote health or normal growth. 2. not given essential ...
undernourishment
See undernourish. * * *
undernurse
n. * * *
undernutrition
/un'deuhr nooh trish"euhn, -nyooh-/, n. nutritional deficiency resulting from lack of food or from the inability of the body to convert or absorb it. [1895-1900; UNDER- + ...
underoccupied
adj. * * *
underofficial
adj. * * *
underogating
adj. * * *
underogative
adj.; underogatively, adv. * * *
underopinion
n. * * *
underorganized
underorganized [spelling only] * * *
underoxidize
v.t., underoxidized, underoxidizing. * * *
underpacking
n. * * *
underpaid
un·der·paid (ŭn'dər-pādʹ) v. Past tense and past participle of underpay. * * *
underpain
n. * * *
underpainting
/un"deuhr payn'ting/, n. the first coat of paint, esp. the initial painting on a canvas in which the major areas, tones, colors, and forms are indicated in mass. [1865-70; UNDER- ...
underpants
/un"deuhr pants'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) drawers or shorts worn under outer clothing, usually next to the skin. [1920-25; UNDER- + PANTS] * * *
underpart
/un"deuhr pahrt'/, n. 1. the lower part or side: The underpart of the plane's fuselage scraped the treetops. 2. an auxiliary or secondary part or role. [1655-65; UNDER- + PART] * ...
underpartner
n. * * *
underpass
/un"deuhr pas', -pahs'/, n. a passage running underneath, esp. a passage for pedestrians or vehicles, or both, crossing under a railroad, road, etc. [1900-05; UNDER- + PASS] * * *
underpay
—underpayment /un'deuhr pay"meuhnt, un"deuhr pay'-/, n. /un'deuhr pay"/, v.t., underpaid, underpaying. to pay less than is deserved or usual. [1840-50; UNDER- + PAY1] * * *
underpayment
See underpay. * * *
underpeep
v.i. * * *
underpeer
v.i. * * *
underpen
n. * * *
underpeopled
adj. * * *
underperform
—underperformance, n. /un'deuhr peuhr fawrm"/, v.t., v.i. to perform less well than (another of its kind, a general average, etc.) or less well than expected: Surprisingly, the ...
underperformance
See underperform. * * *
underperformer
See underperformance. * * *
underpier
n. * * *
underpile
n. * * *
underpin
/un'deuhr pin"/, v.t., underpinned, underpinning. 1. to prop up or support from below; strengthen, as by reinforcing a foundation. 2. to replace or strengthen the foundation of ...
underpinning
/un"deuhr pin'ing/, n. 1. a system of supports beneath a wall or the like. 2. Often, underpinnings. a foundation or basis: to uncover the emotional underpinnings of an ...
underpitch vault
/un"deuhr pich'/ a construction having a central vault intersected by vaults of lower pitch. Also called Welsh vault. See illus. under vault. [UNDER- + PITCH1] * * *
underpitched
adj. * * *
underplain
adj. * * *
underplan
n. v.t., underplanned, underplanning. * * *
underplant
v.t. * * *
underplate
n. * * *
underplay
/un'deuhr play", un"deuhr play'/, v.t. 1. to act (a part) sketchily. 2. to act subtly and restrainedly. 3. to understate or de-emphasize; downplay: The ambassador underplayed his ...
underplot
/un"deuhr plot'/, n. a plot subordinate to another plot, as in a novel. [1660-70; UNDER- + PLOT] * * *
underply
n., pl. underplies. * * *
underpoint
n. v.i. * * *
underpopulate
v.t., underpopulated, underpopulating. * * *
underpopulated
—underpopulation, n. /un'deuhr pop"yeuh lay'tid/, adj. having a population lower than is normal or desirable. [1880-85; UNDER- + POPULATE + -ED2] * * *
underpopulation
See underpopulated. * * *
underporch
n. * * *
underporter
n. * * *
underpot
n. * * *
underpowered
adj. * * *
underpraise
/un'deuhr prayz"/, v.t., underpraised, underpraising. to praise to a lesser degree or extent than the circumstances warrant. [1690-1700; UNDER- + PRAISE] * * *
underprefect
n. * * *
underpresser
n. * * *
underprice
/un'deuhr pruys"/, v.t., underpriced, underpricing. 1. to price (goods or merchandise) lower than the standard price or fair value. 2. to undercut (a competitor) by underselling ...
underpriest
n. * * *
underprior
n. * * *
underprivileged
/un"deuhr priv"euh lijd, -priv"lijd/, adj. denied the enjoyment of the normal privileges or rights of a society because of low economic and social status. [1920-25; UNDER- + ...
underprize
v.t., underprized, underprizing. * * *
underproduce
—underproducer, n. /un'deuhr preuh doohs", -dyoohs"/, v.i., v.t., underproduced, underproducing. to produce less or in a lesser manner or degree than is normal or ...
underproduction
—underproductivity /un'deuhr proh'duk tiv"i tee, -prod'euhk-/, n. —underproductive, adj. /un'deuhr preuh duk"sheuhn/, n. production that is less than normal or than is ...
underproductive
See underproduction. * * *
underproficient
adj. * * *
underproof
/un"deuhr proohf"/, adj. containing a smaller proportion of alcohol than proof spirit. [1855-60; UNDER- + PROOF] * * *
underprop
—underpropper, n. /un'deuhr prop"/, v.t., underpropped, underpropping. to prop underneath; support; uphold. [1505-15; UNDER- + PROP1] * * *
underqualified
adj. * * *
underqueen
n. * * *
underquote
/un'deuhr kwoht"/, v.t., underquoted, underquoting. 1. to offer (stocks, merchandise, etc.) at a price lower than the market price or some other quoted price; offer at a price ...
underran
un·der·ran (ŭn'dər-rănʹ) v. Past tense of underrun. * * *
underranger
n. * * *
underrate
/un'deuhr rayt"/, v.t., underrated, underrating. to rate or evaluate too low; underestimate. [1615-25; UNDER- + RATE1] * * *
underreact
—underreaction, n. /un'deuhr ree akt"/, v.i. to react with less than the expected or appropriate emotion. [1965-70; UNDER- + REACT] * * *
underreaction
See underreact. * * *
underreader
n. * * *
underrealize
v.t., underrealized, underrealizing. * * *
underrealm
n. * * *
underreckon
v.t. * * *
underrecompense
v.t., underrecompensed, underrecompensing, n. * * *
underregion
n. * * *
underreport
/un'deuhr ri pawrt", -pohrt"/, v.t., v.i. to report as less or fewer than is correct: to underreport the enemy's strength. [1945-50; UNDER- + REPORT] * * *
underrepresent
v.t. * * *
underrepresented
un·der·rep·re·sent·ed (ŭn'dər-rĕp'rĭ-zĕnʹtĭd) adj. Insufficiently or inadequately represented: the underrepresented minority groups, ignored by the government. * * *


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